TULSA, Okla. - Quick facts:
- A chase involving a stolen car turned into a crash in east Tulsa early Sunday morning.
- Police say it all started when the driver cut off an officer in an intersection around 3 a.m., so he pulled the driver over.
- During the stop, police say they discovered the car was stolen, and the driver took off.
- They say the driver pulled into business lots near 41st and Garnett, hitting a minivan trying to drive onto Garnett.
- Police say the suspect ran, but officers were able to bring him into custody before he got away.
- They say they also found marijuana in the car.
- Because the car was stolen, police won't hold the car owners responsible for the crash involving the minivan, leaving the victim responsible.
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